Do you have a product idea worth a million dollars? Enroll in ENME 3340 this Spring and find out.
In this course, students gain knowledge of designing products for market success by developing a product and optimizing its design for specific mass manufacturing technologies. Students gain experience through the design development process including market feasibility research, human-centered design, brainstorming and ideating new concepts, refinement through design iteration, and constructing alpha and beta prototypes that are designed with mass manufacturing considerations. Projects are based upon real world new product development principles. Students learn and practice the fundamentals of design thinking, design process, and entrepreneurship.
What: Product Development & Market Feasibility (ENME 3340)
When: Spring Quarter 2019; Two sections available
Instructor: Professor Michael Caston
Open to: Juniors, Seniors, Graduate Students of any discipline
Contact Professor Michael Caston with questions.